ABOUT J.C. ERNST

J.C. Ernst received his M.F.A. from the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, ranked in the top 5 MFA programs in the country.  He had previously attended the University of Utah's reputable Actors Training Program, earning his B.F.A.

After moving to New York City, he co-created The Crook Theater Company, which won an INNOVATIVE THEATER AWARD for Best Revival of a Play for their production of MacBeth at the Access Theater in NYC.  

He is Co-Artistic Director with the company in which he also directs and produces.

He continues his education as an actor through many classes, seminars and workshops.  Recent classes include Voice-Overs with Casting Director Roger Becker, Commercial Auditions with Casting Director David Cady, and an Actor Business Bootcamp with Peter Pamela Rose.

VOICE OVERS:  He is currently freelancing with agent Chris Davis at NextGen/Access Talent

COMMERCIAL:  He is currently freelancing with Manager Ken Park at Ken Park Management

 

RECENT NEWS:

J.C. performed in SHOTZ, an evening of short plays on May 1st at the Kraine Theater in NYC.

J.C. was recently cast as the lead in a short for SPIKE TV and SPIKETV.com called FILM SCHOOLED.

J.C. has performed the title role in Hunger & Thirst's MESSENGER #1.  A new ancient Greek tragedy by Mark Jackson.   The play ran March 3rd-18th at The Paradise Factory Theater.

J.C. has booked numerous radio and promotional voice-overs.  Recent bookings include New York Institute of Technology, Lipton Iced Tea, Bank of West Mastercard, St. John Fisher College, Bojangles, Flying J, and BeautyRest.